Does S&M count as animal cruelty? Seriously, though, there’s a compassionate choice for showing one’s, well, passion: the vegan condom. It contains no casein, a milk protein that’s found in other latex condoms, and is not tested on animals (think spermicide). Sir Richard’s Condom Company has an attractively packaged product, and is the Toms Shoes of love gloves, donating one condom to a “country in need” for each one purchased (http://sirrichards.com). Another ethical rubber company around since 1990 is Glyde (www.glydeamerica.com), which also makes dams and comes in several colors and flavors, so you can have vanilla (flavored) sex or get wild with wildberry, and feel really, really good about it.